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The University of Sydney Foundation Program

Study Group’s partnership with the University of Sydney, one of Australia’s foremost universities, provides access to a wide choice of undergraduate courses upon successful completion of the University of Sydney Foundation Program (USFP).

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Studying in Sydney, Australia’s international city

Set around a beautiful natural harbour, Sydney provides a spectacular backdrop for studying. With a great mix of stunning natural sights like our world famous beaches and parks, to the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge, Sydney has something for everyone to enjoy.

Based in our state-of-the-art campus at Taylors College in the centre of this vibrant city, USFP enables international students to develop their academic, English language and study skills, under the close supervision of our expert teachers.

Pathway into the University of Sydney

Our Foundation program prepares students to study a diverse range of undergraduate degrees including Medicine, Law, Commerce, Architecture, Veterinary Science and Visual Arts.

This wide choice of academic streams feeds into courses at year one, and over 89% of students take up an offer from the University of Sydney following successful completion of the Foundation program. Almost 100% receive offers from tertiary colleges.

Students can choose from standard, intensive or extended courses to suit their own ability and personal academic objectives. Multiple intake dates allow students to start their studies throughout the year.

Why study the University of Sydney Foundation Program?

  • Guaranteed place at The University of Sydney
  • High progression rate with nearly 100% of USFP students going on to study at a tertiary institution upon graduation.
  • Individual support and leadership programs
  • Small class sizes
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The University of Sydney is ranked in the
top 100 universities in the world and among the top three in Australia


152 countries represented in the student population